Before proceeding here, you should follow the instructions on logging on to your account.
When you are connected to a Baskerville login node, run
my_baskerville. This will give you information on the
projects and QoS that you have access to.
Each project has access to project storage and this is of the form
is the first letter of the project code and
project is the project code.
The project code is also the code you supply to Slurm for
Further information about your account is available in Baskerville Admin
Sample Slurm Job Script¶
A sample Slurm job script is:
#!/bin/bash #SBATCH --qos QOS #SBATCH --account ACCOUNT #SBATCH --time 1:0:0 #SBATCH --ntasks 4 #SBATCH --gres gpu:1 module purge module load baskerville # your commands
From the account information above, replace:
ACCOUNTwith the project code
QOSwith the QoS to use
Multiple Projects and QoSes
If you are a member of multiple projects you should specify the correct project code. If you have access to multiple QoS then you need to specify a project code that corresponds to the correct QoS.
The jobs section contains further information on running jobs on Baskerville.
Acknowledging the use of Baskerville in your Research¶
A condition of access to Baskerville is that the service is acknowledged in the research output generated through the use of Baskerville. We have provided a suggested form for this acknowledgment.